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Monday, 27 December 2010

4 - End of the Year Countdown

Here's something new to look forward to!  In the new year, I'm starting "Tips on Tuesdays" for all the sewing enthusiasts that drop by.  If you chose to blog your own Tips on Tuesdays, you can use this linky from the sidebar if you like.


You can also just leave tips in the comment section at the bottom of each Tuesday post whether you blog or not.  Feel free to leave a link back to your blog if you have one. 

I want to do this for a few reasons.  #1 - we all have lots to learn from each other and since so many of us are work-at-home women, I thought this would be a great way to share, learn from, and teach each other like the real sewing circles do.   And #2 - Tuesdays can be a time to share and compile ideas with the notion that we can perfect our craft, or at least make things a little easier when we are stuck.


Each Tips on Tuesdays post of mine will be labeled as such so down the road, you can look them up and see all the Tuesday posts at once, as you can with my Sunday Snapshots. I really look forward to sharing ideas with you!  I'll pick topics for each week to start and we'll see how it goes.  In the mean time, here's a link back to a time when I experimented with printing onto fabric.


 almost there...
FOUR!


2 comments:

Molly said...

what a good idea! it's these little tidbits of information that make things a whole bunch easier - and so many of them are so simple! looking forward to them...
cheers
molly

Judy Wood said...

Re "Don't try this at home"---did you get sorted out with an inkjet printer that would work for you? Sounds like your HP has dye-based inks, as do most inkjets. If you use pigment based inks (eg Epson Durabrites) you will find them vastly superior for colour stability and generally standing up to abuse. Dye-based inks will run, colour shift, and fade very quickly. Pigment inks do none of the above.

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